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Apr 7 2009   5:00AM GMT

Configuring a VPN using IPSec

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Overview: “Cisco Routers for the Small Business provides in plain English a no-nonsense approach to setting up all the features of the Cisco IOS for a small business using broadband technologies. This book explains how to use a Cisco router to setup cable modems, DSL and PPPoE, and explains how to configure NAT, Access Control Lists, Firewalls, DMZs and an IPSec VPN between two sites using advanced encryption.”

This free chapter has been selected from Cisco Routers for the Small Business by Apress, Inc. Enjoy the chapter and be sure to check out the related VPN and networking resources listed below. If you have feedback about this chapter or would like to suggest a book to be featured here on IT Bookworm Blog — then please leave a comment. Thanks.

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Cisco Routers for the Small Business
January 2, 2009

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Chapter 4: Configuring a VPN using IPSec

→ Visit our Networking community
→ Need answers? Ask your own VPN or Cisco IOS question

→ Visit the The Network Hub blog
→ Visit David’s Cisco Networking Blog
→ Visit the website
→ Visit the website
→ Browse these VPN design and VPN configuration resources
→ Browse these Network Administration resources

→ IT Definitions: VPN and IPSec (visit the Network Administration Glossary for more)
→ FAQ: Troubleshooting VPN connections
→ How-To: Direct transport VPN configuration
→ How-To: IPsec VPN router configuration: The ISAKMP policy
→ Learning Guide: Network administration guide

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